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EMPLOYMENT OF RAILWAY FETTLERS [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

EMPLOYMENT OF RAILWAY FETTLERS Sydney, Friday.— In. the Assembly yester night, the (Jolonial Treasurer, in rep'.v to, Dr. Ros&, who naked a series of questiona in' reference to the employment of feitlurs on the railways, said the permanent way of the railways was in a more substantial condition th»n ever before. Arrangements as to workmen were such as were necessary to keep the lines in first class order. The Railway Act provided that it should be the duty of the Commissioners to maintain the i ail Way and all works in couucetion there with in a state of efficiency; and tbe Com missioners were fully alive to their responsi bilities and interests of the country.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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A MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

A MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION. Sydney, Friday.;— A large meeting offi^er-( chants was held in Sydney yester/J^y, at which it was unanimously resolved to lorm a .Merchants' Association, for the purpose of eflectint, an itnproveuient in trade protective - matters.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PENNSYLVANIA STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

THE PENNSYLVANIA STRIKE. London, Thursday. — In consequence of a serious outbreak amongst the strikers at the coke works at Pennsylvania, the Sheriff's forces were called upon to suppress the riot and seventeen rioters were killed.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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CABLEGRAMS. RIGHT HON. W. E. GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

CABLEGRAMS. RIGHT HON. W. E. GLADSTONE. . London, Thursday.— The Right Hon. W E. Gladstone undergoes an operation in. June for tbe removal of cataracts fiom both eyes.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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AT THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

AT THE MUNICIPAL COUNOIL Just bb the Councira business waa concluded ou Tuesday evening, Alderman Beykridqb said that the meeting that night would pobably be the last one of the CounoilV he would attend. He was about . ^ leaving the diatrict for ForbeB, therefore, he ' 0 supposed it would be necessary either to resign his Beat as an alderman, or to obtain leave of absence. He did not know what provision the i law made for such a case. His term of office was only for, he might say, a few months, aB it expired at the beginning of the next municipal year, but he would decide in the oourse of a few weeks what course he would take, Be ' testified to the pleasure he had felt while sitting v.i it Council table, and in meeting the other aldermen with whom he had always worked in the moat friendly manner, Aa a representative of the ratepayers, hia desire always was to do the best he could for the whole of the munici pality. He studied no particular part, nor no particular individual more tha...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Intended Departure of Alderman Beveridge. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

' Intended Departure of Alderman Beveridge. I Ts- friends, and they are legion, of the above gentlemen will learn with regret the news of hia intended departure from Molong. Mr. Beve sidge has been associated with the town, on and off, about 16 years, and 40 well-known and esteemed ia he that hia name is a household word throughout the whole district. Occupying, as he does, a prominent position in almost all local institutions his services will be greatly missed. Aa an alderman of the.Munioipal Coun oil he- was ever attentive to the duties entrusted to him, while as a member of the -School of , Arts, Debating Society, cricket club, &c., he was a conspicuous figure, though, perhaps, no individual, nor no institution, will deplore his departure more than the local Wesleyan Church, of whioh he has been one of the ohief shining lights for some time past. The new sphere ef 'Mr. Beveridge's labour is Forbes, where he enters upon the managementship of a large business early next we...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Cargo Bank Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 April 1894

The Cargo Bank Robbery. Several of the note* stolen by the Cargo bank robbers on June 10 last year were passed upon trades people iu Oxford-street, Sydney, during Saturday. Seven £1 uotes wore paid into the Oxford-street branch of the Commercial Bank by depositors. The notes were at once recog nised by the manager (M.r. Routledge) as some of the missing notes. The numbers tallied ex actly, and were signed by the Cargo bank manager, Mr. F. 0. Fawcett. These notes also bear the name of E. H. Potts,' and there being no official in the bank of such a name empowered to Bign note*, it is evident the thieves have affixed the fictitious names themselves. The trades people who changed the notes are unable to describe the person who presented them, but it is evident that -they were all changed about the same time, and by the same person, who thiukiug the numbers had been forgotten took the opportunity of passing them. The head ojfice of the Commercial Bank wish it to be known that the numbers...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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St. John's Sunday School Annual Treat. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 April 1894

St. John's Sunday School Annual Treat. The annual picnic in connection with St. John's Sunday School was held on Wednesday in one of the Vale Head paddocks, which was kindly granted for the occasion by Mr. H. S. M. Betts. At about 10 o'clock some 100 chil dren formed up in the Vicarage ground*, and, marshalled' by the Rev. J.' Alldis aud a number of lady teachers, marched to the sceue of the day's festivities. ; The procession waB headed by two of the scholars carrying a large banner, bearing the words ' Be Happy while you May,' while a number of; small flags ofdifferent colours were carried \ by children iu the procession. The journey to Vale Head having been nego tiated, the ohildren were dismissed and ^amuse ments commenced. About one /o'clock the: signal was given for luncheon and .the young sters formed a large circle and seated themselves on Nature's ;caipet; ready to receive the good things that were lavishly provided. Sand wiches, ...cafkes, ; tea, fruit, and lollies were al...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Molong School of Arts Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 April 1894

Molong School of Arts Debating Society. The annual general meeting of the members of the above Society was held at the School of Arts on Monday evening, when a fair number of members was present. Mr. H. H. Chippin dall, in the absence of the President, was voted to the chair. The minutes of the previous an nual general meeting having been read and. Con- firmed,., the Chairman called upon the hon. secretary (Mr. G. H. Davis) to read the com mittee's report for the past year, which is as follows :-rrT . 'To the Members of the Molong School of Arts; Mutual .. Improvement Society. Gentle men, -rYour Committee in presenting to you their report upon the Society's operational dur ing the. first year of its existence regrets deeply that they cannot congratulate you upon its suc cess. 'The 'support which was promised the Society at the time of its inception has not. been aocorded ! it, hence the result of its initiatory year has not been at all gratifying. Onlyafew meetings were held during ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 April 1894

' Mr; Herbert M'Credie, who bravely tried to rescue three girls from drowniug in the Muc quaiie, is to be presented by Bathurat citizens with a gold watch. According to a Sunday paper, Mr. G. Black' M.P., has ccme into a legacy of several thou' Band pounds through his mother's death. SANDER AND SONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT. — bnder thedistinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per com munication made by the Miuister for Foreign Affairs, thiou«h the Consul-General of Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1878. Awarded D ploma at the Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics and Univer sities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the ' ' market, products ofsiinple distillation, forming 'crude resinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not I e taken for our Pure Yolatiie ? Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the medical divisioi of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, aB per information forwarded to us...

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The Aldermanic Vacancy. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 April 1894

* The Aldermanic Vacancy. On Saturday last, at noon, the nomination of a candiclate to fill the seat in the Molong Muni cipal Council, rendered vacant by the resigna , tion of Alderman Black, took place at the Town Hall. It being generally known that there was 110 opposition, and that the nomination, was simply a formal proceeding, very few ratepayers put In an appearance; The Returning Officer (Alderman M'Groder) announced that he had received one .nomination for the vacant poBiticn in the Council, and that nomination was— George1 Copley Harris, who was proposed by Messrs. Millgate and Bennett. He declared Mr. Harris duly elected to the position of an alderman of the Municipality of Molong, and - the honoured gentleman not being present, the '/proceedings terminated.

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Cumnock P. and A. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 April 1894

: ' CUmtiock P. and A. Society. A general meeting of the members of the above society was held last Saturday afternoon. There was a fair attendance, 'and the chair was occupied by the President (Mr. W. Black). The Chairman explained ^hat the meeting was Called for the purpose of Electing a successor to Mr. W. Newmarch, hue as that gentleman had since decided to continue to perform the duties of the office until after the show they could not proceed with the election. Ho said it had been arranged with Mr. Newmaroh aud himself that : he (Mr.- Black) should receive entries at Cum nock ariU then forward them into Molong to Mr... Newmarch, who would issue tickets, &c. He considered the arrani-ements the best that could be arrived at under the ciicumatances. The appointment of a new man at the preseut jjunotur& would cause a great deal of trouble and a man not acquainted with the work would probably make a buugle of it. Mr. A. J. Finch endorsed the Chairman's re marks. A f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 April 1894

V , ... ' .. ... '' ' ' ? ' ' . ' ^ ^ ' ' '' ' ' ' ' ; i .: .? .(Next to the' Commercial ? -? ? ? .... ......... . 'J-.l!.' .-.'.5 i .',7 ?iijV.-.'. .' 'i) ! ?' ' '1 f ? J 5 T. D ?: -./ ? s.i t h-k * ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»» ♦ » ^ ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '' ' ''' ' ' ^ | ^ \ Whilst cordially thanking the residents .gf Molong and its Swrroundin.^ Districts for the liberal patronage they have extended to^him during ??theV-i years he has Been 111 business, begs to inform them that he has REMOVED the Glasgow Stores to more' commodious premises, next the' Comme'r cial Bank, and trusts that by. strict attention to tho requirements of patrons to merit a still further share of support in the future.' - ' ^ ' ^ !!-:n The carrying on of business in the new premises, enables him to offer many advantages and conveniences to the public,, ;who arc invited to walk .. across the street and look at the display. The JBEST OF EVERYTHING is obtainable aVthe sLOH'EST PiilCE,^ '.and 'people, are requested to do.,; their business...

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Deputations and Land Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 April 1894

Deputations andJLand Reform. [By Andrew Ross, M.D] As a member who has held a seat in Parliament for about 14 years, I -have often been amazed, if not amused, at the arrogant presumption at the way many of our bo cajled petty deputations to Ministers of the Grown on all and sundry grievances are got up — after the fashion, I pre sume, of. the throe tailors in Tooley-street. Little coteries, cliques and cabals aro from time to time ostensibly got up for the purpose, it is pre- J siimed,' of ventilating some public question or grievance, but in niue cases out of ten, more probably, to enable some agitator an oppor tunity the more readily to air his own conceited importance and aggrandisement — iu other words, a detestable species of delusive political engineering which in no way probably affects the general bulk of the toiling masses and tax payers, and this kind of toadyism or political chicanery is too . often done to the disparage ment of many honorable, upright members, | who by s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 April 1894

THE GREAT American Auctioneer WILL OJISjN TUESDAY, MARCH 17, At 7.30 p. iu. sharp, in the SGHOOJL. OP ARTS. Couie and see our young Ladies run the Planks.-, , 10 different Artists appear each J5 veiling. ^ Come and see us sell 20 Watches in a Miuute^ ? ii All the latest Songs and Daiices. ? ADMISSION FREE. ' JAGK MAN71LLE, Advance Agent. Patent Roller Flour Mills,, CARGO. To the Inhabitants of Cargo, f Farmers, Bakers, and Lovers of. Good Mour in the Surroiuiding Dis tricts. ' 1 THE undersigned bee; to announce that they have purchased the above Mills, and durin» the past two mouths have renovated them from ' , 'Stone Mills' into first-class Roller Mills on the latest- ? and most improved principle. The contract has been placed in the hands of Mr. Henry Siuiou (the: \ now celebrated Milling Engineer, of Manchester,/*-'' England, and Sidney), whose system of gradual, reduction by steel rolls, and the most improved and scientific dressing machinery has made his name famous, and his mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 April 1894

SMUGGLERS. Customs duties were first instituted in 1736 enable the King to afford protection to trad® against pirates, they have been retained as a means of obtaining' revenue, but gave rise at first to a large amount of smuggling. Smuggling exists now in a more refined and dangerous degree than it ever did in the i7th century. It. has been ascertained that there are a large miinber'of unprincipled persons who take genuine Wolfe's Schnapps bottles, and, when .empty, fill them with cheap undulterated gin. These persons are far worse than the smuggler of olden days, it.is a crime against the public, uiid a dastardly piece of dishonesty to the patron.' See that you buy,, whole bottles of Wolfe's Schnapps aud when empty, break the bottles.

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CUMNOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 April 1894

cumnqck. On Friday evening last, tlie Cumnock Mutual:; Improvement Society held their annual meet ing, the principal business beiug the election of . officers for the ensuing year. The election re sulted as follows : — President, Mr. A. J Finch, Benr. ; Vice-Presidents, Messrs. Stevens aiid Miller; Secretary, Mr. A. J. Finch, junr. ; Treasurer, Mr. W. Black ; Committee— Messrs. Hamilton, Woiley, Thoniborrough, and Leary. ihe Treasurer read the balance-sheet, which , showed a ciedit balance of £1. The hall pro prietors leueived a hearty vote of thanks for granting the une of the hall to the Society gratis. A lively debate on ' Should Country Shows receive Government Subsidies, termi- nated the procediuL-s, the speaker having to be | boriiu from the chair through the numberless. points of order presented for his consideration, j Having lead the brief account of the cricket | meeting held at Molong, in which I notice that the names of those, who voted for the proposi tion that Moloug s...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 April 1894

' Suspension bridges made of iron chains were first made in China 2,000 years ago. John on top again. I fully expect that at the next election, if we go to the country on the ory of protection, we shall be defeated iu New South Wales. —E. W. O'Sallivan. ?

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GARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 April 1894

GAllRA. * ? ' The annual picuic ; in connection with the Garra. Unity Lodge, I.O.G.T.,;, was held 011 the reserve 011 Wednesday -last, and proyed, a very pleasant outing for the largo number who assem bled together. Vf»rio,U8 amusements were, as usual, indnlk-ed iu durini; tlie afte,rnoon, aiid all auoeared to enjoy themselves thioroiiahlv. A splendid spread was provided by the meuibers and friends of the Order, free of charge, and the best thanks of ail are due to those ladies who laboured so earnestly to supply the wants of the inner man. Later on a tirst-class liar, mony meeting was conducted, at which the Rev. D. A. Gilsenan pres. ded, aud Mr. Joseph Morris, D.D., delivered an appropriate address. The variotis items 011 the programme were exe cuted in every case with credit and several of the recitations, solos, and part pieces were really first-class, aud deserved the applause sivun'stint ingly given by the , large audience. The dia logue by Misses Morris and Downs and Mr. W. M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 April 1894

POST OFFICE HOTEL, Bank-street, 'Molong. . 1_ . ' i Splendid situation. One minute walk from Railway Station. Bbst Brands ob Wines and Spirits. FIRST-CLASS ACC0MM0DA1HE SUPERIOR . TABLE. Good Stabling. Cabkfpl G-eooit. JOHANNA FLYNN, Proprietress. Important Notice. CHEAP~BREAD I IN consequence of the low price of Flour at the present time, I am enabled to allow my Cus tomers and the General Public to gain the benefit of a CHEAP LOAF OF BREAD. Hence, I have determined to REDUCE the Tariff for the ' Staff of Life' at my (Establishment, and oil and after MONDAY NEXT, 26th February, 1894, the price of Bread will be 2id. PER 21b. LOAF. Thanking my numerous customers for the liberal support extended me in the past, and soliciting a continuance of same in the future* R. THOMSON, Fruiterer, Baker and Confectioner, BANK STREET, MOLONG. BETTER STILL! DOGGER & COLE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUITERERS, FISHMONGERS, AND PRODUCE MERCHANTS, MM STRUT, ; JUST glance at what we keep ; the best a...

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